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2014 CSHA Annual Meeting and Spring Seminar

2014 CSHA Annual Meeting and Spring Seminar

2014 CSHA Annual Meeting and Spring Seminar
Sponsored by: California Society of Healthcare Attorneys
April 11-13, 2014

Please join us for the CSHA 2014 Annual Meeting & Spring Seminar at the beautiful Resort at Squaw Creek. Weekend sessions are scheduled in the mornings, leaving the afternoons free for you and your party to enjoy the majestic Lake Tahoe Basin, including a variety of outdoor activities both on and off the ski slopes.

This is a time of uncertainty and change for the healthcare industry, and we have selected a diverse range of presentations to assist you in meeting some of the latest challenges and opportunities facing our clients. We are confident you will be delighted with both the breadth and depth of our MCLE-approved sessions, as well as the knowledge and experience of our presenters. Our topics are specifically designed to appeal to our members’ diverse practices, whether they represent health facilities, physicians, health plans or government agencies.

Spotlight on JAMS Speaker: Viggo Boserup, Esq.
April 11, 2014 | 4:00 – 5:15 PM
Topic: Mediation Best Practices for Reimbursement Disputes

Mediation has become the predominant forum for resolving health care reimbursement disputes. This panel discussion will include both mediators and advocates in order to provide different perspectives on concrete “best practices” to make these mediations successful for all parties. Specific discussion points will include preparing for mediation and categorizing the claims in dispute; negotiation approaches, including sampling techniques; navigating through impasse; and effecting changes to claim processing and approval procedures.

Resort at Squaw Creek
Olympic Valley, CA 96146

For further details and to register, please visit the 2014 CSHA Annual Meeting & Spring Seminar page.

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